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    Quote Originally Posted by furbearingmammal View Post
    I ran the 8-1 ULV 1.1 kernel with every CM build I've flashed up till I tried the RC-2. It's not 2.2.1, it's all the added stuff or possibly an even lower voltage in the LV/ULV.

    SlayHer 1.6 LV1.1GHz kernel runs on mine, but it heats up faster and the battery discharges slightly faster.

    However, compcache is the tradeoff. For the moment I can live with it.
    Whats the big deal about compcache?
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    well chevy 1.2ulv didnt work for me, but sapphire's 1.2lv kernal did
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiroshika View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by furbearingmammal View Post
    I ran the 8-1 ULV 1.1 kernel with every CM build I've flashed up till I tried the RC-2. It's not 2.2.1, it's all the added stuff or possibly an even lower voltage in the LV/ULV.

    SlayHer 1.6 LV1.1GHz kernel runs on mine, but it heats up faster and the battery discharges slightly faster.

    However, compcache is the tradeoff. For the moment I can live with it.
    Whats the big deal about compcache?
    furbearingmammal seems to like it comcache slowed my phone down after a few days when I used it on Sapphire which required a reboot to get things running ok again.
    My first smartphone was a Droid 1. Then I found the Nexus... Galaxy Nexus LTE unlocked & rooted...
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    well chevy 1.2ulv didnt work for me, but sapphire's 1.2lv kernal did
    Sapphire 900lv kernel started bootlooping after turning on WIFI for me. Same exact kernel I ran with my phone and Sapphire 1.x.x for months.
    My first smartphone was a Droid 1. Then I found the Nexus... Galaxy Nexus LTE unlocked & rooted...
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    Quote Originally Posted by captdroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mojo_droid View Post
    well chevy 1.2ulv didnt work for me, but sapphire's 1.2lv kernal did
    Sapphire 900lv kernel started bootlooping after turning on WIFI for me. Same exact kernel I ran with my phone and Sapphire 1.x.x for months.
    spoke to soon, sapphires kernal is now causing random reboots for me (after turning on wifi), but i didnt get a bootloop

    In the past ive used chevys kernals and sapphires kernals with no issue
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    compcache - Project Hosting on Google Code

    It's good. I've been pulling 1400 quadrant scores (not that those really mean anything), I've had NO redraws, etc. etc.
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    compcache is the ish. and theres a way to keep it running smooth and turn on every reboot im getting 16-1700s with the 1.2 slayher kernel clocked down to 1.1
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    I tried Slayher. 1.0 w/ wifi fix but couldn't get it to work, Sapphire 's lv. 1.0 bootlooped and so did Chevy's ulv 1.0. Luckily the stock kernel is pretty snappy.
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    P3Droid 900lv kernel running good so far. I don't use comcache since my experience with comcache on Sapphire was better without it.

    CM 6.1 RC3 with P3Droid 900lv kernel is fast and smooth. Perhaps even better then Slayher 900lv Will have to see how battery life goes compared to stock kernel or Slayher 900lv kernel.

    As far as slow redraws. Turning on the Cyanogenmod Settings performance option to keep the current home app in memory fixes that for me running LauncherPro v0.8.1.1
    Last edited by captdroid; 11-01-2010 at 07:26 PM.
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    I'm hoping chevys kernel compatibility is fixed soon, because slayhers kernels have HORRIBLE battery life, compared to my normal 1ghz ulv chevy kernel! Even with a 125mhz sleep policy...
    Oh, and compcache is amazing. Why doesnt android use it by default in the first place?

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